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full beam

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull beamˌfull ˈbeam noun British English 🔊 🔊 on full beam
Examples from the Corpus
full beamAnd suddenly there was action - the van roared into reverse, rushing away from them, its headlights on full beam.The Dodge mounted the kerb, headlights suddenly stabbing out on full beam.Evan switches the roof spots on full beam.The car turned into the road ahead of him, catching him in the full beam of its headlights.Then she turned the full beam of her attention on me.Stage-lights blossomed to full beam - curtains opened slowly - music began to play just a little bit louder.One man dug using full beam while another stood by the internal telephone system with a dimmed light.
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